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Party members (仲間キャラクター Nakama kyarakutā?, lit. "Fellow character"), or Friends in Kingdom Hearts III, are allies who fight alongside the protagonist, often with customisable behaviour, equipment, items, and abilities. They have their own HP and MP gauges, displayed above the protagonists'. Generally, a defeated party member is knocked out temporarily for a certain period of time, unless they are healed.

Cooperation characters (協力キャラクター Kyōryoku kyarakutā?) and joint struggle characters (共闘キャラクター kyōtō kyarakutā?) are similar allies who only appear during certain story sequences. Cooperation characters are distinguished by their lack of health gauges, which makes them invincible, while joint struggle characters behave identically to party members.

There are also other allies who help during certain battles to provide some sort of support, often by opening up new attacks for the protagonist to use.

Kingdom Hearts[edit]

Party members have individual stats and can be equipped with items, accessories, and weapons. Party members have different base stats, abilities, and number of item and accessory slots. Each party member has their own weapon type and cannot equip weapons of any other type. They earn experience and level up independently to Sora and are rewarded with stat boosts, new abilities, more item slots, or more accessory slots when leveling up. While Donald and Goofy are permanent party members, many worlds provide a third ally. World-specific party members have limitations as each of them has only one weapon that they can equip and leveling up solely grants stat boosts.

Only two party members can be placed in the active party at a time. A menu to swap party member positions can be accessed at Save Points and whenever a party member joins or leaves the group. This menu may also be accessed via Jack Skellington's dialogue tree after locking his world's Keyhole. Experience is granted to party members, even if they are not in the active party or they are in another world.

In battle, pressing Triangle causes party members to attack the locked-on target. There are several enemies that are never targeted by party members, including the White Mushroom, Rare Truffle, and Black Ballade.

Some characters must be present in the active party in order to carry out certain actions.

AI customization[edit]

From the "Customize" tab in the pause menu, a party member's AI can be altered to perform actions at different frequencies, which can create specialised fighting styles. There are a number of pre-made fighting styles to select: Offensive focuses on attack, Defensive concentrates on recovery and defense, Conservative preserves MP and items, and Balanced provides a mix between offense and defense. In addition, each party member has a unique Personal fighting style and with Manual, the player can create their own fighting style.

Frequencies can be set on a number of different actions and each party member has access to a particular set of actions. Each action can be set to one of three frequency levels, "Constantly", "Frequently", or "Occasionally", with the exception of the HP Items and MP Items actions which instead use "Immediately", "Frequently", and "Only in emergency".

Action Description Personal
Donald Goofy Tarzan Aladdin
Offensive Defensive Conservative Balanced Jack Ariel Peter Pan Beast
Regular Attacks (ノーマル攻撃
Nōmaru Kōgeki
?, lit. "Normal Attacks")
Tells how often to perform melee attacks. Frequently Frequently Frequently Frequently
Frequently Frequently Constantly Frequently Frequently Frequently Constantly Frequently
Special Attacks (スペシャル攻撃
Supesharu Kōgeki
?)
Tells how often to use offensive abilities that consume MP. - Constantly Constantly Constantly
Constantly Occasionally Occasionally Frequently Constantly Constantly Constantly Constantly
Defensive Moves (ディフェンス技
Difensu Waza
?, lit. "Defense Skills")
Tells how often to use restorative and defensive abilities that consume MP. - - Constantly -
Occasionally Constantly Frequently Frequently - Constantly Frequently -
Offensive Magic (スタンダード魔法
Sutandādo Mahō
?, lit. "Standard Magic")
Tells how often to use attack magic that consumes MP. Constantly - - -
Constantly Occasionally Occasionally Frequently - - - -
Defensive Magic (ディフェンス魔法
Difensu Mahō
?, lit. "Defense Magic")
Tells how often to use restorative and defensive magic that consumes MP. Frequently - - -
Occasionally Constantly Frequently Constantly - - - -
Advanced Magic (アドバンスト魔法
Adobansuto Mahō
?)
Tells how often to use special magic that consumes MP. Frequently - - -
Constantly Frequently Occasionally Frequently - - - -
Shield Techniques (シールドアクション
Shīrudo Akushon
?, lit. "Shield Actions")
Tells how often to perform defensive actions with the shield. - Constantly - -
Occasionally Constantly Frequently Frequently - - - -
Support Actions (サポートアクション
Sapāto Akushon
?)
Tells how often to use abilities that support the party and consume MP. - Frequently - -
Occasionally Constantly Frequently Frequently - - - -
HP Items (HPアイテム
HP Aitemu
?)
Tells how often to use HP-restoring items. Only in emergency Frequently Frequently Frequently
Only in emergency Immediately Only in emergency Immediately Only in emergency Only in emergency Frequently Frequently
MP Items (MPアイテム
MP Aitemu
?)
Tells how often to use MP-restoring items. Frequently Only in emergency Only in emergency Frequently
Immediately Immediately Only in emergency Only in emergency Frequently Frequently Only in emergency Only in emergency

List of party members[edit]

Party member World Weapon Type Accessory slots Item slots Starting equipment Starting items
Sprite Donald KH.png Donald All Icon Staff KH.png Staff 2 2-6[1] Mage's Staff Potion (x2)
Sprite Goofy KH.png Goofy All Icon Shield KH.png Shield 2-4[1] 4-8[1] Knight's Shield Potion (x3), Ether
Sprite Tarzan KH.png Tarzan Deep Jungle Icon Spear KH.png Spear 1 3 Spear Potion (x3)
Sprite Aladdin KH.png Aladdin Agrabah Icon Sword KH.png Sword 2 6 Sword, Protect Chain, Fire Ring Potion (x4), Ether (x2)[citation needed]
Sprite Jack KH.png Jack Skellington Halloween Town Icon No Weapon KH.png No Weapon 2 3 No Weapon, Protect Chain, Fire Ring Ether (x3)
Sprite Ariel KH.png Ariel Atlantica Icon No Weapon KH.png No Weapon 3 5 No Weapon, Protect Chain (x2), Thunder Ring Potion (x3), Ether (x2)
Sprite Peter Pan KH.png Peter Pan Neverland Icon Dagger KH.png Dagger 2 6 Dagger, Protect Chain (x2) Potion (x3), Ether (x3)
Sprite Beast KH.png Beast Hollow Bastion Icon No Weapon KH.png Claws 1 8 Claws, Blizzard Ring Hi-Potion (x4), Potion (x2), Ether (x2)
Cooperation character Location Abilities
Riku Monstro, during the first battle against the Parasite Cage. Physically attacks the Parasite Cage with his Soul Eater.

Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories[edit]

Main article: Friend card

In sync with the game's card-based system, party members are replaced with Friend cards, which temporarily call allies onto the battlefield to perform attacks.

Kingdom Hearts II[edit]

Party members have individual stats and can be equipped with items, armor, accessories, and weapons. Party members have different base stats, abilities, and number of item, armor, and accessory slots. They earn experience and level up independently to Sora, which reward them with stat boosts. Obtaining bonuses provide party members with further stat boosts, new abilities, and more item, armor, and accessory slots. Limits are new techniques that allow Sora to perform powerful attacks with a party member. While Donald and Goofy are permanent party members, many worlds provide a third ally. World-specific party members have limitations as each of them has only one weapon to equip and bonuses do not provide item, armor, and accessory slots.

Only two party members can be placed in the active party at a time but switching between party members is much smoother than in the original Kingdom Hearts. In the Command Menu, a "Party" command allows the player to swap out a party member on the fly, even if they are fallen. Support abilities, such as Auto Change and Auto Healing, can be equipped on party members to aid the process. Party members can also be swapped around from the "Party" tab in the pause menu. Experience is granted to party members, even if they are not in the active party or they are in another world.

AI customization[edit]

In the menu's "Customize" tab, the player can change their party members' settings. Each enabled action ability can be set to be used at a different frequency, ranging from Free (じゆうに Jiyū ni?, lit. "Freely"), Well-Balanced (バランスよく Baransu yoku?), or Rare (あんまり Anmari?, lit. "Not Often"). Like Sora, party members can enable Auto-Reload through a toggle for each item slot.

Also, each party member's behaviour can be set to a particular Battle Style (バトルスタイル Batoru Sutairu?):

  • Technic Attack (じゆうにたたかえ Jiyū ni Tatakae?, lit. "Fight Freely"): Party Members fight with their individual techniques.
  • Target Attack (いっしょにたたかえ Issho ni Tatakae?, lit. "Fight Together"): Party Members concentrate attacks on Sora's target.
  • Huddle Attack (ちかくでたたかえ Chikaku de Tatakae?, lit. "Fight Close By"): Party Members fight close to Sora.
  • Party Attack (わかれてたたかえ Wakarete Tatakae?, lit. "Fight Separately"): Party Members will fight a target other than Sora's.
  • Sora Attack (ソラにまかせろ Sora ni Makasero?, lit. "Leave It to Sora"): While Sora attacks, Party Members will support him.
  • Relentless Attack (ねらいをさだめろ Nerai o Sadamero?, lit. "Take Aim"): Party Members defeat their target before attacking another.

List of party members[edit]

Party member World Weapon Limit Armor slots Accessory slots Item slots Starting items
Sprite Donald N.png Donald All Mage's Staff KHII.pngMage's Staff[2] Fantasia, Flare Force 1-2[3] 2-3[3] 2-4[3] Potion, Ether
Sprite Goofy N.png Goofy All Knight's Shield KHII.pngKnight's Shield[4] Tornado Fusion, Teamwork 2-3[3] 1-2[3] 3-6[3] Potion (x3)
Sprite Beast.png Beast Beast's Castle Beast's Claw KHII.pngBeast's Claw Howling Moon 0 1 4 Potion (x4)
Sprite Ping.pngSprite Mulan.png Mulan The Land of Dragons Sword of the Ancestor KHII.pngSword of the Ancestor Dragonblaze 1 1 3 Potion (x2), Ether
Sprite Auron.png Auron Olympus Coliseum Battlefields of War KHII.pngBattlefields of War Overdrive 1 0 2 Potion (x2)
Sprite Jack Sparrow.png Captain Jack Sparrow Port Royal Skill and Crossbones KHII.pngSkill and Crossbones Treasure Isle 1 1 4 Potion (x4)
Sprite Jack1.pngSprite Jack2.png Jack Skellington Halloween Town Bone Fist KHII.pngBone Fist Applause, Applause 0 2 3 Potion, Ether (x2)
Sprite Aladdin.png Aladdin Agrabah Scimitar KHII.pngScimitar Trick Fantasy 2 0 5 Potion (x3), Ether (x2)
Sprite Simba.png Simba Pride Lands Proud Fang KHII.pngProud Fang King's Pride 0 2 3 Potion (x2), Ether
Sprite Tron.png Tron Space Paranoids Identity Disk KHII.pngIdentity Disk Complete Compilement 1 1 2 Potion, Ether
Sprite Riku.png Riku The World That Never Was Way to the Dawn KHII.pngWay to the Dawn Eternal Session 2 1 6 Potion (x4), Ether (x2)
Cooperation character Location Abilities
Leon Hollow Bastion, when defending the gates from Nobodies on the first visit, and on the second section of the Ravine Trail before the Battle of 1000 Heartless. Physically attacks enemies with his Gunblade.
Minnie Disney Castle, when being escorted across the Audience Chamber. Casts Pearl against enemies. Responds to the Call Over Reaction Command. Triggers the Faith Reaction Command.
Captain Pete Timeless River, during the final fight against Pete. Physically attacks Pete using his fists. Interrupted by Sora's attacks.
Yuffie Hollow Bastion, on the first section of the Ravine Trail before the Battle of 1000 Heartless. Throws shurikens at enemies and physically attacks them. Can teleport in clouds of smoke.
Tifa Hollow Bastion, on the third section of the Ravine Trail before the Battle of 1000 Heartless. Physically attacks enemies with her fists.
Cloud Hollow Bastion, on the final section of the Ravine Trail before the Battle of 1000 Heartless. Physically attacks enemies with his Buster Sword.
Hercules Olympus Coliseum, when fighting against Pete and Hades. Physically attacks enemies with his fists. Triggers several Reaction Commands, such as Aura Guard, Pinball against Pete, and Aura Punch against Hades.
Mickey Twilight Town, while fighting Nobodies in front of the Old Mansion. Physically attacks enemies with the Kingdom Key D.
Axel Betwixt and Between, during the fight against masses of Nobodies. Physically attacks enemies with his chakrams. Uses fire attacks.
Other ally Location Abilities
Lumière Beast's Castle, while lighting lanterns in the Secret Passage. Follows Sora. Triggers the Sprinkle Reaction Command.
Mrs. Potts Beast's Castle, while lighting lanterns in the Secret Passage. Follows Sora. Triggers the Sprinkle Reaction Command.
Cogsworth Beast's Castle, during the fight against Beast. Follows Sora. Triggers the Wake Up! Reaction Command.
Megara Olympus Coliseum, during the fight against the Hydra. Stationed at the very edge of the arena. When close, she throws HP, MP, and Drive orbs.
Philoctetes Olympus Coliseum, during the fight against the Hydra. Triggers the Phil One-Two and Urninator Reaction Commands.
Pegasus Olympus Coliseum, during the fight against the Hydra. Triggers the Pegasus Run and Attack Reaction Commands.

Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days[edit]

Members of the Organization XIII are automatically assigned as party members on certain missions. Typically, only one party member accompanies Roxas on each mission, although Mission 56 begins with two party members and Roxas works alone for many other missions. In battle, party members physically attack enemies and cast magic. In multiplayer Mission Mode, other players are displayed as party members.

Party member Mission Party member Mission
Xigbar Icon.png Xigbar 15, 36, 41, 49, 67, 79, 84 Luxord Icon.png Luxord 51, 55, 57, 65, 72, 86
Xaldin Icon.png Xaldin 38, 43, 48 Demyx Icon.png Demyx 34, 46, 54, 61
Vexen Icon.png Vexen 05 Marluxia Icon.png Marluxia 02, 09
Lexaeus Icon.png Lexaeus 06 Larxene Icon.png Larxene 04, 08
Zexion Icon.png Zexion 03 Xion Icon.png Xion 12, 13, 14, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 44, 56, 63, 82
Axel Icon.png Axel 01, 07, 11, 21, 23, 56, 58, 64, 70, 74 Mission Mode roster During multiplayer.

Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep[edit]

Party members only appear during certain events in the story, similar to cooperation characters from Kingdom Hearts II. Friendship Commands are most effective within a party, especially when playing multiplayer Mirage Arena. Enemies do not grant experience if it is defeated by a party member. Some commands, like Group Cure, support party members through restoration or buffs, while other commands, such as Trinity Limit, are attacks that deal extra damage with party members.

In some sequences, an ally must be escorted through an area of Unversed. A "Damage" gauge fills up when the ally takes damage, forcing "Game Over" when full.

In the company of a party member or escorted ally, Dimension Links are disabled and several Reaction Commands may be triggered.

Party member Location Weapon Scenario Abilities
DL Sprite Terra Icon 1 KHBBS.png Terra Land of Departure, during the Mark of Mastery Exam, and
Radiant Garden, during the battle against the Trinity Armor.
Earthshaker KHBBS.pngEarthshaker Ventus, Aqua Physically attacks enemies with his Keyblade. If the protagonist uses Trinity Limit, Terra will participate and strengthen the attack.
DL Sprite Ventus Icon 1 KHBBS.png Ventus Land of Departure, during the Mark of Mastery Exam, and
Radiant Garden, during the battle against the Trinity Armor.
Wayward Wind KHBBS.pngWayward Wind Terra, Aqua Physically attacks enemies with his Keyblade. If the protagonist uses Trinity Limit, Ventus will participate and strengthen the attack.
DL Sprite Aqua Icon 1 KHBBS.png Aqua Land of Departure, during the Mark of Mastery Exam, and
Radiant Garden, during the battle against the Trinity Armor.
Rainfell KHBBS.pngRainfell Terra, Ventus Physically attacks enemies with her Keyblade. If the protagonist uses Trinity Limit, Aqua will participate and strengthen the attack.
Sprite Prince Phillip KHBBS.png Prince Phillip Enchanted Dominion, when fighting Maleficent's goons in the Hall and at the Gates, and during the fight against Maleficent. Prince Phillips' Sword.pngSword of Truth Aqua Physically attacks enemies with his sword and blocks with his shield. Triggers the Selfless Prince Reaction Command.
DL Sprite Mickey Icon 1 KHBBS.png Mickey The Badlands, during the fight against Vanitas. 20x20pxStar Seeker Ventus Physically attacks with his Keyblade and shoots orbs of light. Triggers several Reaction Commands, such as Burst of Faith and with Ventus, Avenger Rush.
Radiant Garden, when defending Kairi from Unversed, and
Keyblade Graveyard, during the fight against Ventus-Vanitas.
Aqua
Sprite Hercules KHBBS.png Hercules Olympus Coliseum, when fighting Unversed after arriving, and during the fight against a horde of Jellyshades. Ventus Attacks enemies with his fists. Can swing barrels and throw them into enemies. Triggers several Reaction Commands, such as Avenger Tornado during Ventus's first fight, Swing Slash during Ventus's second fight, and Avenger Save during Aqua's fight.
Olympus Coliseum, when fighting Unversed after arriving. Aqua
DL Sprite Zack Icon 1 KHBBS.png Zack Olympus Coliseum, when fighting Unversed after arriving. Zack's Sword KHBBS.pngZack's Sword Ventus Attacks enemies with his sword. Triggers the Avenger Tornado Reaction Command.
DL Sprite Experiment 626 Icon 1 KHBBS.png Experiment 626 Deep Space, during the fight against the Metamorphosis. Ventus Shoots enemies with his blaster. Triggers several Reaction Commands, such as Astro Strike with Ventus, and Astro Shot with Aqua.
Deep Space, when fighting Unversed after finding him in the Turo Prison Block, and during the fight against Gantu. Aqua
DL Sprite Terra Icon 2 KHBBS.png Terra (Armored) Mirage Arena, during a multiplayer match. Terra, Ventus, Aqua Controlled by a player with their equipped abilities, commands, and Keyblade.
DL Sprite Ventus Icon 2 KHBBS.png Ventus (Armored)
DL Sprite Aqua Icon 2 KHBBS.png Aqua (Armored)
Escorted ally Location Scenario Abilities
DL Sprite Cinderella Icon 2 KHBBS.png Cinderella Castle of Dreams, when being escorted through the Corridor and Foyer. Terra Triggers the Last Dance Reaction Command. At the end of the Corridor, Terra must be close to her in order to continue on with the "Proceed" command.
DL Sprite Snow White Icon 1 KHBBS.png Snow White Dwarf Woodlands, when being escorted through the Deep Woods. Ventus Triggers the White Calm and Avenger Rush Reaction Commands. At the clearing, Ventus must be close to her in order to end with the "Goal" command.
Sprite Jaq KHBBS.png Jaq Castle of Dreams, when being escorted through the Wardrobe Room. Aqua Triggers the Avenger Save Reaction Command. At the mousehole's entrance, Aqua must be close to him in order to end with the "Goal" command.
Other ally Location Scenario Abilities
Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather Enchanted Dominion, during the fight against Maleficent. Ventus Triggers the Joint Force Reaction Command.

Kingdom Hearts coded[edit]

Only two worlds feature party members in Kingdom Hearts coded, and they each use different gameplay systems.

In Olympus Coliseum's turn-based combat Labyrinth, party members are controlled by the player in the same way as Data-Sora, although "Game Over" only occurs if Data-Sora dies. Each party member has a different special attack and amount of health.

In Hollow Bastion I, Data-Sora cannot attack and instead issues instructions to his party members. In place of Attack, the Ask for Help command cycles the party members' focus between following Data-Sora, attacking enemies, and destroying Bug Blox. Deck commands are replaced with new commands that party members carry out; a deck command's type determines which party member executes the new command. Finish commands are disabled, except Spinner Ray which can be used when both party members have joined the party. If a party member's HP is reduced to 0, they can be revived by going to them and using Rescue.

World Party member Unlocked Special Attack
Olympus Coliseum Sprite Hercules KHREC.png Hercules Layer 02 Zero to Hero
Sprite Cloud KHREC.png Cloud Layer 04, after defending him from Heartless. Omnislash
World Party member Unlocked Commands Type
Hollow Bastion I Sprite Goofy KHREC.png Goofy Entrance Hall (LL), after holding out against Pete's attacks. Goofy Turbo, Goofy Tornado Attack
Sprite Donald KHREC.png Donald Waterway, after Goofy joins the party. Donald Firaga, Donald Thundaga Magic

Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance[edit]

See also: Dream Eater

Spirit Dream Eaters act as Sora and Riku's party members and are synthesized out of Dream Pieces. They each have different stats, abilities, and Ability Link boards. The new Link System allows characters to perform powerful techniques with Spirits. Only three Spirits can be brought into the party at a time and only two fight alongside Sora or Riku. Spirit positions can be changed within the party by dragging their icons around on the touch screen. Experience is only awarded to those in the party. In the "Spirits" tab of the pause menu, Spirits can be placed in and out of the party. If a Spirit's HP reaches 0, it can be revived by using Rescue within 30 seconds; failure to do so results in the Spirit reverting to a Dream Piece permanently. When selecting a New Game Plus, Spirits carry over with their stats.

In the opening battle against Ursula on the Destiny Islands, Riku acts as a cooperation member to Sora. Riku can attack with his Soul Eater and heal.

Kingdom Hearts χ[edit]

Players can form Parties with each other of up to thirty members, which allows them permanent access to each other's Friend Medals and Raid Bosses, while also allowing the Player to activate a daily 5% Lux Boost towards the party's total, participate in Weekly Party Rankings, access a Party Chat, and compare stats.

Party's can recruit unaffiliated Players, while Players can also request to join Parties. The Parties can be set to accept players automatically or at a party admin's discretion.

Kingdom Hearts III[edit]

In Kingdom Hearts III, some worlds will have two friends, and all friends remain active.

Rapunzel leaves the party after the main story of Kingdom of Corona is cleared, and she is unavailable as a friend afterwards.

During certain battles in the story, Sora will be accompanied by joint struggle characters. These characters behave identically to party members, but have fixed stats, equipment, abilities, and AI that cannot be customized.

Friend World Weapon Team Attack Armor slots Accessory slots Item slots Starting items
Sprite Donald KHIII.png Donald All Mage's Staff KHIII.pngMage's Staff[2] Flare Force, Donald Meteor 1-2[3] 2-3[3] 2-3[3] Potion, Ether
Sprite Goofy KHIII.png Goofy Knight's Shield KHIII.pngKnight's Shield[4] Goofy Bombardier, Trinity Guard, Tree Whip 2-3[3] 1-2[3] 3-4[3] Potion (x2)
Sprite Hercules KHIII.png Hercules Olympus Heart of a Hero KHIII.pngHeart of a Hero Heroic Swing 1 2 3 Potion (x2)
Sprite Woody KHIII.png Woody Toy Box Heart of a Hero KHIII.pngCowboy's Pride Rocket Ruckus 2 2 3 Potion (x2)
Sprite Buzz Lightyear KHIII.png Buzz Lightyear Heart of a Hero KHIII.pngSpace Ranger Suit 2 2 3 Potion (x2)
Sprite Rapunzel KHIII.png Rapunzel Kingdom of Corona Heart of a Hero KHIII.pngGolden Hair Tangled Twist 2 2 3 Potion (x2)
Sprite Flynn Rider KHIII.png Flynn Rider Frying Pan KHIII.pngFrying Pan 2 2 4 Potion (x2)
Sprite Sulley KHIII.png Sulley Monstropolis Heart of a Hero KHIII.pngClaws Scream Strike 2 3 3 Potion (x2)
Sprite Mike Wazowski KHIII.png Mike Wazowski Heart of a Hero KHIII.pngKnockout Body 2 2 4 Potion, Ether
Sprite Marshmallow KHIII.png Marshmallow Arendelle Heart of a Hero KHIII.pngIce Claws Mighty Avalanche 3 2 0 None
Sprite Jack Sparrow KHIII.png Jack Sparrow The Caribbean Skill & Crossbones KHIII.pngSkill & Crossbones Never Fear 2 3 3 Potion
Sprite Baymax KHIII.png Baymax San Fransokyo Heart of a Hero KHIII.pngPowered Suit Interceptor Wing 3 2 3 Ether
Joint struggle character Location Weapon Team Attack
Sprite Mickey 1 KHIII.png Mickey Dark World, during Riku's battle against the Demon Tower; and the Keyblade Graveyard, once against Luxord, Marluxia, and Larxene, and again against Ansem, Xemnas, and Young Xehanort. 20x20pxKingdom Key D
Star Cluster KHIII.pngStar Cluster
Double Duel (Riku), Faith Volley,[KH III RM] True End[KH III RM]
Sprite Riku (Party) 1 KHIII.png Riku Keyblade Graveyard, once against Xigbar and Dark Riku, and again against Ansem, Xemnas, and Young Xehanort. Braveheart KHIII.pngBraveheart True End[KH III RM]
Sprite Aqua (Party) 1 KHIII.png Aqua Keyblade Graveyard, during the battle against Terra-Xehanort and Vanitas. 20x20pxMaster's Defender
Sprite Ventus 1 KHIII.png Ventus 20x20pxWayward Wind Icy Slider (Aqua)[KH III RM]
Sprite Lea 1 KHIII.png Lea Keyblade Graveyard, during the first battle phase against Saïx and Xion, and against Xemnas and Saïx.[KH III RM] Flame Liberator KHIII.pngFlame Liberator Thinking of You (Roxas)[KH III RM]
Sprite Kairi (Party) 1 KHIII.png Kairi Keyblade Graveyard, during the first battle phase against Saïx and Xion, and against Armored Xehanort.[KH III RM] 20x20pxDestiny's Embrace One Heart[KH III RM]
Sprite Roxas (Party) 1 KHIII.png Roxas Keyblade Graveyard, during the second battle phase against Saïx. Oathkeeper & Oblivion KHIII.pngOathkeeper & Oblivion
Sprite Xion 1 KHIII.png Xion Keyblade Graveyard, during the second battle phase against Saïx, and against Xemnas and Saïx.[KH III RM] Kingdom Key KHIII.pngReplica Kingdom Key Thinking of You (Roxas)[KH III RM]
Sprite Sora (Party) 1 KHIIIRM.png Sora[KH III RM] Keyblade Graveyard, if Sora is not chosen in the character selection prompt during the battles where Riku, Aqua, Roxas, and Kairi are optionally playable.[KH III RM] Kingdom Key KHIII.pngKingdom Key One Heart (Kairi)

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ a b c More slots are obtained by leveling up.
  2. ^ a b Can also equip other staffs.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l More slots can be obtained through bonuses.
  4. ^ a b Can also equip other shields.